Re: Beginner

I've been playing for about 2 years on and off. Depending on what guitar you want to buy ()electric/acoustic) I wouldn't go nuts with the price. Just get something affordable. At the end of the day the guitar requres practice, once you have learned a few of the basic chords and maybe some scales aswell, you'll be playing and enjoying a lot of songs, and then you can decide from there if you would like to learn further and buy a better guitar. If you practice for about a half hour a day, after a year you wll have learnt a nice bit a musical education which will hopefully leave you hungry for more. My first guitar was a cheap superstore guitar, nylon strung, and I had the for 8 months until I thought it time to get a quality steel strung guitar. Now I also have a Fender Stratocaster and I just can't stop the buzz of picking up and playing... good luck and joy buddy.


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